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Posted by cg4l on 2004-12-17 08:05:16


From my experience Firefox is a tad faster than Mozilla in regards to the application launch time and webpage rendering. I don't know the differences in code between the two yet so I really don't know what would account for the difference. Except that they scaled down Mozilla somewhat, I believe. And for the unfortunate masses out there that live in a Windows only world the speed difference is noticable, especially on a machine a few years old. Plus I'm just glad that the general public is finding out there is a viable alternative to the garbage Microsoft is calling a web browser.


Firefox (2004-12-16 08:53:58)
  • Faster (cg4l at 2004-12-17 08:05:16)
Everyone I'm sure, knows that when something goes wrong somewhere,
anywhere, anytime it is automatically SCOTT'S FAULT. Your dog ran away?
SCOTT'S FAULT. Your car won't start? SCOTT'S FAULT. Your power got
shut off because you forgot to mail the check? Yep, once again, SCOTT'S
FAULT. It is very similar to the "six degrees of separation" theory.
Somehow everything can be tied back to Scott.
- Renee Galvin, 25 October 2000